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Oct 27, 2012 8:00am PDT
year. a price of jar of peanut butter could drop 10%. a local chef is part of general hospital's teovlt prevent chronic diseases. it looked like a cooking show. jonathan bloom has the story. >> after that, chopped celery. >> she has been featured in movies and magazines. the chef is cooking before a live audience at a hospital. the toughest question which wine to pair with dinner. crowd is looking for answers to a different dilemma. >> how do you eat healthy when you have a little bit of money. >> that is why san francisco general hospital brought in a celebrity chef and pulled away the ribbon on newly donated demonstration facility. because every thursday afternoon the hospital will open its doors to the community and turn its attention from treating diseases to preventing them. >> diseases like diabetes, obesity, heart disease, kidney disease, the list goes on and on. these are diseases in large part can be prevented with a healthy diet. >> it's actually like that. >> they put on emphasis to avoid processed food. >> organics and chicken that is healthy and a lot better for you somethi
Oct 13, 2012 8:00am PDT
. city council members have partnered with the mall to provide locals for an opportunity to find work. local employers will have interview is. >> puc is blames pg&e mismanagement for rejection of a plan to have rate payers to foot most of the bill for fixing its pipelines. they say the customers should pay 90% of the cost. puc plans to cut this to 36%. pg&e shareholders would have to pay for any cost overruns. a rate payer advocacy group says the fine print on the deal would have customers paying half of the cost of the overhaul from the deadly pipeline explosion in san bruno two years ago. in a statement pg&e says it is disappointed in the decision and added that its plan was designed to be as economical as possible. >> the transformation of doyle drive into the new presidio parkway is entering the second and final phase. work on the city's connector to the golden gate bridge is centered near the palace of fine arts. transportation reporter heather ishimaru notes it will be years before it is finished. >> right now traffic flows in both directions on the new elevated section of doyle
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